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    NCASA Legislative Advocacy

    We are here for North Carolina's education leadership every step of the way. NCASA works tirelessly to be your voice in our state's capital, and is proud not only to advocate for you, but to help you advocate for your schools and your district – we ensure that your voice is heard. Not only do we advocate for you, we help connect you with your profession. NCASA strives to provide high-level professional development, to-the-minute details and current events from both a state and national perspective. We are constantly working to enhance our member resources. NCASA is proud to provide non-partisan advocacy to represent your interests and promote strong public schools in the halls of the North Carolina General Assembly and before the Governor's Office, State Board of Education, State Retirement System, State Health Plan, and other policy-making entities. We are your advocate, and your network, providing you direct access to our state's decision makers. We are looking forward to serving our members at the legislature this session – let us know how we can help you!

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2022 Legislative Priorities

  • Human Resources & Staffing Needs

    The following information highlights the immediate legislative and policy needs for supporting public schools and their students in 2022 and beyond in the critical area of human resources and staffing. The North Carolina Association of School Administrators (NCASA) asks the General Assembly, Governor, State Board of Education, and other policymakers to work with our organization’s 7,000 members on these initiatives critical for the success of our school leaders and the 1.4 million students they serve.

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  • Adequate & Euitable Resources

    The following information highlights the immediate legislative and policy needs for supporting public schools and their students in 2022 and beyond in the critical area of adequate and equitable resources. The North Carolina Association of School Administrators (NCASA) asks the General Assembly, Governor, State Board of Education, and other policymakers to work with our organization’s 7,000 members on these initiatives critical for the success of our school leaders and the 1.4 million students they serve.

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  • Accountability Reform & Student Achievement

    The following information highlights the immediate legislative and policy needs for supporting public schools and their students in 2022 and beyond in the critical area of accountability reform and student achievement. The North Carolina Association of School Administrators (NCASA) asks the General Assembly, Governor, State Board of Education, and other policymakers to work with our organization’s 7,000 members on these initiatives critical for the success of our school leaders and the 1.4 million students they serve.

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  • Virtual Learning Technology

    The following information highlights the immediate legislative and policy needs for supporting public schools and their students in 2022 and beyond in the critical area of virtual learning and technology. The North Carolina Association of School Administrators (NCASA) asks the General Assembly, Governor, State Board of Education, and other policymakers to work with our organization’s 7,000 members on these initiatives critical for the success of our school leaders and the 1.4 million students they serve.

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  • Student Health & Safety

    The following information highlights the immediate legislative and policy needs for supporting public schools and their students in 2022 and beyond in the critical area of student health and safety. The North Carolina Association of School Administrators (NCASA) asks the General Assembly, Governor, State Board of Education, and other policymakers to work with our organization’s 7,000 members on these initiatives critical for the success of our school leaders and the 1.4 million students they serve.

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  • NCASA Legislative Priority Archive

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VIDEO: Legislative Updates & Education Policies